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“And now, dear ones, my plate has bread on it, and my heart has been satisfied with Christ, the Bread of Heaven. As I pass my plate, will each one of you take a piece of bread? I wish you would take the Bread of Heaven as quickly as you have taken this physical bread. Let us remember the words of the Bible: ‘And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst’.” Third Week T he R ight L ight for the N ight



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“ m y ¿Haiti!” Founded in the fall of 1937 to train young men for Christian leadership in these days of widespread denial of the Word of God, Faith Seminary stands today a needed witness to “the faith once fo r all delivered to the saints." The founding itself was an act of faith. The directors, realizing the urgent need for such an institution, stepped out in faith upon the promises of God; and the Seminary will continue to live and to grow by faith. Without material endowment, it looks to God for support, knowing that He will carry forward the work which He has established. Growth during the last nine years has been rapid. Commencing with but twenty-four students, the enrollment during the last academic year has been sixty—all college graduates. For information regarding support of the Seminary, address Roland K. Armes, Treas., P.O. Box 4299-K, Philadelphia, Pa.

Object: A capital “L.” (From a piece of white paper cut a cross with upright and crossarm 2 inches wide. Color one side red. Fold down at the middle of the crossarm, with the red inside. This will make the letter “T.” Fold again, bringing the two edges of the crossarm together, mak­ ing the letter "L.” ) Lesson: Of what does this letter “L” remind you? I will give you a hint. It stands for one of the most Important things in the world, some­ thing without which no one could live. “Is it light?” Yes, you are right. As we look at this “L” which stands for “Light,” I am reminded of the words of the Lord Jesus, “I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light^of life” (John 8:12). Many people have wondered just what Christ meant when He said that He was this dark world’s Light. When­ ever He spoke, His words gave light to those who heard. His touch drove away the darkness of sin and sick­ ness, and brought light and liberty. If we unfold this “L,” it may tell another way in which Christ was the Light of the world. When unfolded, it makes a red cross, telling us of His blood shed upon the cross for our sins. When Christ died, He was sur­ rounded by darkness, in order that you and I might be saved arid walk in His light. John had many things to say about the light. In 1 John 1:7, we read, “If we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus THE K I N G ’ S BUS I NESS

The main Saminary building. Inset, the highly trained and consecrated faculty brings the best of scientific method to bear upon student preparation.

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"GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS" By Kathryn Rader Hawthorne Marvellous Experiences of a Missionary Pioneer to Sumatra, Netherland East Indies.

Beautifully cloth bound, 190 pages, Price $2.00 per copy In graphic language Mrs. Hawthorne realtes her experiences in three main divisions: 1. The Early Years; 2. The Sumatra Years, 3. Internment Years. She climaxes her book with the story of God’s wonderful deliverance from Internment Camp. Kathryn Rader Hawthorne comes from a long line of ministers and missionaries. Her father Daniel L. Rader was a Methodist minister, as was his father and grandfather. Her brother, Paul Rader, was known throughout America and in foreign countries as a man with a real message. Proceeds' from sale of this book above actual costs to go toward missionary work in Sumatra. Send at once your order and remittance to LIGHT AND HOPE PUBLICATIONS, Berne, Indiana

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